Join Donald Albrecht, Peter Mendelsund, Michael Carabetta and Gabriele Wilson for You Can Tell a Book by Its Cover : June 1, 2015 at 6:30pm at Museum of the City of New York. http://www.mcny.org/exhibition/everything-design
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The design process for William Gass's book jacket is featured today in the New York Times. Read about it here.
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NYC based Longhouse Projects gallery identity. The inaugural exhibition of Japanese artist Mitsuko Miwa is through May 18th. Visit the website here.
Get the design back story for Alix Ohlin's cover design for her latest novel Inside.
Buttermilk Channel Restaurant's design was just featured on the fabulous site Art of the Menu.
Gabriele Wilson Design created the logo and printed collateral for Harold Dieterle's new Italian/German restaurant The Marrow in the West Village.
This Tuesday, October 16, Gabriele Wilson speaks at the AIGANY Breakfast Club event at General Assembly. The Cover Uncovered: Storytelling Through Design. Learn more here.
After months of hard work helping to renovate the interior and exterior of this wonderful Catskills diner, originally built in 1962, owner Mike Cioffi is ready to open its doors. I highly recommend a trip up to Phoenicia for a hike and a delicious meal at the diner sourced from Catskills and Hudson Valley farms. See photos of the renovation below and graphics in the identities section.